At the time, hundreds of Amakhosi fans invaded the pitch in Durban where some supporters attacked security guards and broadcast cameras.
According to a statement released by the PSL on Tuesday, Amakhosi were ordered to play three matches behind closed doors, one of which is suspended for a period of 24 months provided they are not found guilty of a similar offence.
You can read how SA football fans reacted to the news on Twitter here. In defence of the banter, some Chiefs fans are pointing out that their stadium will look empty even when 30,000 spectators show up.
PSL DC has found @KaizerChiefs guilty and ordered that they play three matches behind closed doors with one (of the three) matches suspended for 24 months provided KC is not found guilty of a similar offence. This follows the events of 21 April 2018 at Moses Mabhida Stadium pic.twitter.com/jqDzi0OhjN— PowerSport (@Power987Sport) September 11, 2018
The PSL disciplinary committee has found Kaizer Chiefs guilty in regard to the fan violence at the Moses Mabhida stadium in April #SSDiski— SuperSport Blitz (@SuperSportBlitz) September 11, 2018
Empty stadium there is nothing new they are used to play in empty stadium ,so who is fooling who— ALI RAMOROKA (@Moroka36709431) September 11, 2018
So Kaizer Chiefs will play three matches behind closed doors (with one suspended for period of 24 months) for the Moses Mabhida Stadium incident in April. These matches will have to be scheduled in KZN where the incident happened.— Philasande Sixaba (@psixaba) September 11, 2018
Lol punishment ya Kaizer Chiefs is to play in an empty stadium with no spectators?— Desi Boii (@LitSego) September 11, 2018
Too light, they've beeeen doing that. pic.twitter.com/1E6E4hGcCD